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given on

Friday 23rd June 2006

      For other Amendment(s) see the following page(s) of Supplement to Votes:
      1 and 3-4 (SC)

Standing Committee


Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Bill [Lords]


Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

10

Schedule 1, page 33, line 36, at end insert—

      ‘( ) IBB must implement a comprehensive and ongoing communications programme to ensure that all groups affected by the vetting and barring scheme are informed of their rights and responsibilities under the law.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

11

Schedule 2, page 35, line 11, leave out from ‘If’ to ‘that’ and insert ‘there is evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

12

Schedule 2, page 35, line 18, leave out from ‘If’ to ‘that’ and insert ‘there is evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

13

Schedule 2, page 35, line 24, leave out ‘it appears to IBB’ and insert ‘IBB has evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

14

Schedule 2, page 35, line 28, leave out ‘it appears to IBB’ and insert ‘IBB has evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

15

Schedule 2, page 35, line 33, leave out from ‘if’ to ‘that’ and insert ‘there is evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

16

Schedule 2, page 35, line 13, leave out ‘it appears to IBB’ and insert ‘IBB has evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

17

Schedule 2, page 35, line 15, leave out ‘it appears to IBB’ and insert ‘IBB has evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

18

Schedule 2, page 36, line 30, leave out ‘it appears to IBB’ and insert ‘IBB has evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

19

Schedule 2, page 36, line 34, leave out ‘it appears to IBB’ and insert ‘IBB has evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

20

Schedule 2, page 37, line 6, leave out from ‘if’ to ‘that’ and insert ‘there is evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

21

Schedule 2, page 37, line 13, leave out from ‘if’ to ‘that’ and insert ‘there is evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

22

Schedule 2, page 37, line 19, leave out ‘it appears to IBB’ and insert ‘IBB has evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

23

Schedule 2, page 37, line 23, leave out ‘it appears to IBB’ and insert ‘IBB has evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

24

Schedule 2, page 37, line 28, leave out ‘it appears to IBB’ and insert ‘IBB has evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

25

Schedule 2, page 37, line 36, leave out ‘it appears to IBB’ and insert ‘IBB has evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

26

Schedule 2, page 37, line 38, leave out ‘it appears to IBB’ and insert ‘IBB has evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

27

Schedule 2, page 38, line 12, leave out ‘it appears to IBB’ and insert ‘IBB has evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

28

Schedule 2, page 38, line 16, leave out ‘it appears to IBB’ and insert ‘IBB has evidence’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

29

Schedule 2, page 36, line 13, leave out ‘child’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

30

Schedule 2, page 38, line 38, leave out ‘may’ and insert ‘will’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

31

Schedule 2, page 38, line 38, after ‘regulations’, insert ‘subject to the affirmative resolution procedure’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

32

Clause 27, page 17, line 39, after ‘is’, insert ‘there are reasonable grounds to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

33

Clause 27, page 18, line 4, at end add—

      ‘( ) In this section—
      “harm” means ill-treatment or the impairment of health or development [including, for example, impairment suffered from seeing or hearing the ill-treatment of another];
      “development” means physical, intellectual, emotional, social or behavioural development;
      “health” means physical or mental health; and
      “ill-treatment” includes sexual abuse and forms of ill-treatment which are not physical.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

34

Clause 28, page 18, line 35, after ‘is’, insert ‘there are reasonable grounds to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

35

Clause 28, page 19, line 4, at end add—

      ‘( ) In this section—
      “harm” means ill-treatment or the impairment of health or development [including, for example, impairment suffered from seeing or hearing the ill-treatment of another];
      “development” means physical, intellectual, emotional, social or behavioural development;
      “health” means physical or mental health; and
      “ill-treatment” includes sexual abuse and forms of ill-treatment which are not physical.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

36

Clause 31, page 20, line 11, after ‘is’, insert ‘there are reasonable grounds to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

37

Clause 31, page 20, line 32, at end add—

      ‘( ) In this section—
      “harm” means ill-treatment or the impairment of health or development [including, for example, impairment suffered from seeing or hearing the ill-treatment of another];
      “development” means physical, intellectual, emotional, social or behavioural development;
      “health” means physical or mental health; and
      “ill-treatment” includes sexual abuse and forms of ill-treatment which are not physical.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

38

Clause 33, page 21, line 12, after ‘is’, insert ‘there are reasonable grounds to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

39

Clause 33, page 21, line 33, at end add—

      ‘( ) In this section—
      “harm” means ill-treatment or the impairment of health or development [including, for example, impairment suffered from seeing or hearing the ill-treatment of another];
      “development” means physical, intellectual, emotional, social or behavioural development;
      “health” means physical or mental health; and
      “ill-treatment” includes sexual abuse and forms of ill-treatment which are not physical.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

40

Clause 36, page 24, line 14, after ‘is’, insert ‘there are reasonable grounds to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

41

Clause 36, page 25, line 5, at end add—

      ‘( ) In this section—
      “harm” means ill-treatment or the impairment of health or development [including, for example, impairment suffered from seeing or hearing the ill-treatment of another];
      “development” means physical, intellectual, emotional, social or behavioural development;
      “health” means physical or mental health; and
      “ill-treatment” includes sexual abuse and forms of ill-treatment which are not physical.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

42

Schedule 2, page 36, line 36, after ‘if’, insert ‘there are reasonable grounds to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

43

Schedule 2, page 36, line 27, at end add—

      ‘( ) In this section—
      “harm” means ill-treatment or the impairment of health or development [including, for example, impairment suffered from seeing or hearing the ill-treatment of another];
      “development” means physical, intellectual, emotional, social or behavioural development;
      “health” means physical or mental health; and
      “ill-treatment” includes sexual abuse and forms of ill-treatment which are not physical.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

44

Schedule 2, page 36, line 41, at end add—

      ‘( ) In this section—
      “harm” means ill-treatment or the impairment of health or development [including, for example, impairment suffered from seeing or hearing the ill-treatment of another];
      “development” means physical, intellectual, emotional, social or behavioural development;
      “health” means physical or mental health; and
      “ill-treatment” includes sexual abuse and forms of ill-treatment which are not physical.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

45

Schedule 2, page 38, line 23, at end add—

      ‘( ) In this section—
      “harm” means ill-treatment or the impairment of health or development [including, for example, impairment suffered from seeing or hearing the ill-treatment of another];
      “development” means physical, intellectual, emotional, social or behavioural development;
      “health” means physical or mental health; and
      “ill-treatment” includes sexual abuse and forms of ill-treatment which are not physical.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

46

Schedule 2, page 38, line 18, after ‘if’, insert ‘there are reasonable grounds to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

47

Schedule 2, page 38, line 23, at end add—

      ‘( ) In this section—
      “harm” means ill-treatment or the impairment of health or development [including, for example, impairment suffered from seeing or hearing the ill-treatment of another];
      “development” means physical, intellectual, emotional, social or behavioural development;
      “health” means physical or mental health; and
      “ill-treatment” includes sexual abuse and forms of ill-treatment which are not physical.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

48

Schedule 2, page 36, line 27, at end insert—

    ‘() Any guidance issued under sub-paragraph (4) must prior to implementation be approved by Parliament through regulations subject to the affirmative resolution procedure.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

49

Schedule 2, page 38, line 9, at end insert—

    ‘() Any guidance issued under sub-paragraph (4) must prior to implementation be approved by Parliament through regulations subject to the affirmative resolution procedure.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

50

Schedule 2, page 35, line 21, leave out sub-paragraph 3(a).

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

51

Schedule 2, page 35, line 23, at end insert—

      ‘( ) inform all relevant organisations that the person is under consideration for inclusion in the children’s barred list as a result of the referral.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

52

Schedule 2, page 37, line 16, leave out sub-sub-paragraph (a).

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

53

Schedule 2, page 37, line 18, at end insert—

      ‘( ) inform all relevant organisations that the person is under consideration for inclusion in the adults’ barred list as a result of the referral.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

54

Schedule 2, page 38, line 31, leave out sub-paragraph (2).

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

55

Schedule 2, page 40, line 28, at end insert—

    ‘(7) The duration of the minimum barred period for adults shall be determined through regulations approved by Parliament, subject to the affirmative resolution procedure.

    (8) The duration of the minimum barred period for those under 18 shall be determined through regulations approved by Parliament, subject to the affirmative resolution procedure.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

56

Schedule 2, page 38, line 14, at end insert—

    ‘(14) The criteria for removal from a barred list shall be determined through regulations approved by Parliament, subject to the affirmative resolution procedure.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

57

Clause 44, page 28, line 16, leave out subsection 9(d).

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

58

Clause 14, page 9, line 15, leave out subsection 1(a).

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

59

Clause 14, page 9, line 16, leave out subsection 1(b).

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

60

Clause 14, page 9, line 19, leave out subsection 1(c).

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

61

Clause 7, page 4, line 16, at end add—

      ‘(4) A person is guilty of an offence if they have been charged or convicted of an offence in a country other than the UK which, if committed in the UK, would have led to them being barred or considered for barring.’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

62

Clause 21, page 13, line 42, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

63

Clause 21, page 14, line 2, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

64

Clause 21, page 14, line 5, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

65

Clause 21, page 14, line 6, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

66

Clause 21, page 14, line 13, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

67

Clause 21, page 14, line 17, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

68

Clause 21, page 14, line 32, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

69

Clause 23, page 15, line 39, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

70

Clause 23, page 15, line 41, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

71

Clause 24, page 16, line 7, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

72

Clause 26, page 16, line 24, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

73

Clause 26, page 16, line 33, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

74

Clause 26, page 16, line 39, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

75

Clause 27, page 17, line 34, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

76

Clause 28, page 18, line 30, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

77

Clause 31, page 20, line 5, leave out ‘think’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

78

Clause 31, page 20, line 17, leave out ‘think’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

79

Clause 31, page 20, line 27, leave out ‘think’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

80

Clause 32, page 20, line 37, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

81

Clause 33, page 21, line 6, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

82

Clause 33, page 21, line 18, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

83

Clause 33, page 21, line 28, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

84

Clause 35, page 22, line 4, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

85

Clause 35, page 22, line 17, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

86

Clause 36, page 24, line 7, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

87

Clause 36, page 24, line 20, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

88

Clause 36, page 24, line 28, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

89

Clause 37, page 25, line 9, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

90

Schedule 1, page 32, line 15, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

91

Schedule 1, page 34, line 29, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to believe’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

92

Schedule 1, page 34, line 33, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to believe’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

93

Schedule 1, page 34, line 38, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to believe’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

94

Schedule 2, page 39, line 40, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to believe’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

95

Schedule 2, page 40, line 10, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to believe’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

96

Schedule 2, page 40, line 45, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

97

Schedule 2, page 41, line 2, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

98

Schedule 2, page 41, line 5, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to believe’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

99

Schedule 2, page 41, line 9, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to believe’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

100

Schedule 2, page 41, line 34, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

101

Schedule 2, page 41, line 46, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to suspect’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

102

Schedule 4, page 50, line 40, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to believe’.

Mrs Maria Miller
Tim Loughton

103

Schedule 4, page 50, line 44, leave out ‘thinks’ and insert ‘has reason to believe’.


 
 
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